Jeremy’s Decisive 40-Vote Triumph Should Be Respected, Friends!

Hello, friends.

And what a fantastic day it has been for those of us on the Progressive Left, friends! Jeremy’s stunning victory in today’s vote of confidence by the Hard-Right Parliamentary Labour Party has obviously taken the Far-Right Murdoch-controlled Monopoly Media, e.g. the BBC, by surprise, friends!

His 40-vote victory, together with the encouraging news that the number of resignations from the Shadow Cabinet today is down in to single figures, should surely mark an end to all the back-biting and back-stabbing by various trouble-makers and Far-Right elements, e.g. most of his former Shadow Cabinet.

Special vote, friends!

All that remains to be done, friends, is for a special vote of the entire Labour Party membership to be held, so that the 250,000 odd people who gave Jeremy’s his overwhelming mandate last September, have an opportunity to reaffirm their utter faith and confidence in him!

I cannot tell you how happy this news makes me, friends!  It almost makes up for last week’s tragic Referendum result, when a tiny and totally unrepresentative handful of 17,410,742 Far-Right racists saw fit to vote for Hate against Hope, although fortunately it now looks as though this bigoted decision can be reversed by the mass power of working people, i.e. Our Petition, with its many, many signatures from all over the world, and indeed elsewhere.

Celebration time, friends!

Well, it’s celebration time for Jeremy and me tonight, friends – two tins of baked beans for me! [Greedy sod.J.C.  Really, Jeremy, that’s remarkably curmudgeonly of you, considering everything I’ve done to help you secure your Great Victory today!L.  Oh yeah, rightlike changing your masthead to “SupportOurLefty” – thought I wouldn’t notice that?J.C.  Oh Jeremy!  That was merely a simple typesetting error, caused by anxieties over Brexit.L.  Pull the other one, Lefty, I know you’re after my job.J.C. Honestly, Jeremy!  Nothing could be further from my mind, although now you come to mention it … L.  See what I’m up against, readers?J.C.  Friends!  Take no notice of our little spat!  Jeremy’s just a bit tired and overwrought tonight. – L.]

Let us sing, friends!

And finally, friends, let us sing together in celebration of Jeremy’s triumphant triumph today!  (Organ, Emily!)  All together now, friends:

So raise the scarlet standard high, whilst supporting Our Jeremy all the time,
Beneath its shade we’ll live and die, and win a 2020 Election landslide,
Though the Banksters and the 1% flinch, and Red Tory traitors predictably sneer,
We’ll totally smash the evil Tory scum, and keep the Red Flag flying here!

 

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13 thoughts on “Jeremy’s Decisive 40-Vote Triumph Should Be Respected, Friends!

  1. Sour grapes Mr Blog.
    Jeremy Corbyn is going nowhere. He has overwhelming support in the rank-and-file membership of Labour. The MPs who voted against him are merely running dogs.
    The Tory Party are totally incapable of leading the country through this crisis. We need a General Election now, which Labour will win with a landslide, under Jeremy’s leadership.
    Ordinary hardworking people will have heard Osborne’s threats – tax rises and spending cuts. The Tory bastards are out to punish the people who voted ‘Out’.
    We will resist. We will oust the Tories.

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  2. I hope you voted to Leave, as that would be the only thing you got right, poor Jezz a lonely figure walking back to his £million pounds house wondering should he have macaroni or cheese on toast and will he still be loved by the country now that the hated Tories are finished and the people he thought were friends stabbing them in the back

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    1. From where I’m standing Jeremy is still in post, whereas Cameron has been consigned to history.

      We’ll see who’s right and who’s wrong.

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      1. Salute, friend jeffrey. I, too, am enjoying the total meltdown of the Eton Toffs Party.
        Everywhere I go, I can imagine old people thinking their racist thoughts. My friends have literally heard them saying they will kick all the foreigners out now.
        As you say, they’ll find out we were right all along soon. When we win the election we must double or treble up on immigration, partly to fund our NHS but mainly to literally rub the old peoples’ noses in it.
        Talking of old people, grrrr. Is it not time that they were banned from voting as nothing affects them (for long). Or make voting simpler for young, intelligent people like us. It’s bloody stupid in this day and age having to, like, get up, go to a polling station and put a tick on the voting form. (what happens when it’s raining, eh. Nobody thought of that before, I bet)
        Totally anonimous I-voting from puters, x-boxes, fones must be the way forward, wouldn’t you agree?

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      2. Jeffrey, friend. You are absolutely correct.

        Jeremy is the last man standing after his flushing out of the Red Tory traitors and de-stabilizing of the far-fight fascist Tory scum.

        Now that he has been able to assemble a truly progressive and representative shadow cabinet it can only be a short time before the people can vote for a party that truly represents their disgust at the capitalist scum and ushers in a new age of prosperity for all.

        Poverty will be consigned to history along with the banksters and their running dogs!

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  3. Brothers & Sisters, it has been another great day for the movement. We’ve managed to root out another Tory Blairite Running Dog, who’s lurked in the inner sanctum for a whole 2 days!
    Jezza continues to show his leadership credentials, by standing firm, whilst all around others run!
    The ringing endorsements he’s received from Comrades Watson and, and, oh, the terror in Cameron’s voice as he tried to get Jezza to resign says it all!
    Forwards to victory, let’s relive the glory days of Comrade Foot!

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